If any of you are curious where I keep taking mobile photos of my outfits it's where I work/have worked on and off for the past year.  I work alone so there are some moments of time that I have to....... occupy myself in some way to pass the time.  I tried on two things today - a printed velvet dress by Moonspoon Saloon (always fun) and this so funny it's chic ffiXXed blouse with a visor that zips onto the front of the shirt which, the way I wore the visor, looked very Virgin Mary in the Hamptons.

Btw I was sitting outside the store today and none other than Leandra Medine (Man Repeller !) walked by with her man and told me my shoes were cute!  It was a drive by compliment, and I had no idea what to say except, "...I know who you are!"  She was wearing gold Isabel Marant sneaker wedges.  Tradesies?  I also just saw the huffpost article about her wedding look and you should def check it out HERE, too.  Satin moto jacket, big tulle skirt, and crystal covered platform sneakers.  Bridal irreverence has never been more perfect.

vintage tank, zara jeans, substitute trotter sneakers
hysteric glamour jacket, blood is the new black tie dye tee



Just saw this amazing editorial my friend Liz styled.  I didn't even realize until I went a few photos in that she used the anime skirt and cash print dress I made earlier this year and gave her.  The iridescent varsity jacket and the black cheersuit were both made by Liz (see more HERE) and you can see more of my work HERE.



For a few months I had half of my senior collection sitting in the backroom of a boutique, but I picked it up today so now everything is under one roof again.  And naturally, the furs look good with this rainbow tie dye tee from Blood is the New Black.  Also two faces from earlier this week... I'm definitely not crazy about the barbie look, but I never like to look the same so I know somewhere down the road I'll come back to it.



Two things!  I got some cute new tees from Blood is The New Black (they'll definitely show up on my body soon), but reading through the fourth issue of their newspaper I read something that I had been struggling to put into words for some time now:

"...when proffering advice to the hoi polloi on how to achieve success, said bloggers tend to skip over necessities like a designer wardrobe, model-looks, and boyfriends with HD cameras in favor of the hollow edict just be yourself."

-Christina Catherine Martinez

This came from a column on Elizabeth of White Lightning who I, and surely many others, have always appreciated for her independence and individuality.

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"Androgynous Pratt student documents his outfits that run the gamut from everyday college kid to flamboyant club kid. Anyone who throws on a pair of Balenciaga platforms or 9" fetish stilettos to cheer himself up is pretty awesome and entertaining in our opinion!"

"Dressing up is what William loves to do most. This young designer from New York doesn’t dress for fashion but just to have fun and enjoy himself like the big kid that he is. Both adorned as a man and woman, his blog isn’t your common “check-out-my-outfit” type blog. It’s a journey into NYC’s crazy nightlife with party outfits straight from the young creative/transvestite scene. Juggling Timberland homemade platforms, tie-dye t-shirts, camo baggy trousers and an orange furry jacket, his looks are absolutely bonkers-awesom, leaving us wanting more everytime. We strongly recommend that you check out his collection too . Made from Japanese anime babe-printed fabric, it’s pretty darn cool."

"I strongly believe in the comeback of Manga and will further explore its use in contemporary art and fashion. Most probably, 'sexualization' will become a core motif. In the first instance, I'd like to draw your attention to the reanimation of Anime by Dripping Lazers."

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